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  • Manage Data In Microsoft Azure Machine LearningApr 12, 2016. In this article, we’ll learn how to generate or use data in Azure Machine Learning. Microsoft Azure Machine Learning is a data modeling environment from which we can get an end-to-end approach to a problem to an answer.
  • SharePoint 2013: Call OData Web Service End Point Using SharePoint Designer 2013 WorkflowsApr 07, 2016. In this article you will learn about how to call OData Web Service End Point using SharePoint Designer 2013 Workflows.
  • Send An Email Using Nintex Workflows In SharePoint 2013 And Office 365Feb 18, 2016. In this article you will learn about how to send an email using Nintex Workflows in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365.
  • Internet of Things (Basics of IoT)Feb 02, 2016. This article discuss what IOT has to offer for its end customers.
  • Back-End Server Communication With AngularJS Feb 01, 2016. This article is intended to explain the concept of communication with back-end services.
  • How To Bind DropDownList From Back End To Front EndDec 30, 2015. In this article we will be learn how to bind Dropdownlist from back end to front end to perform save operation in web form.
  • Insert Data In SQL Server From The Front End Using Windows ApplicationOct 12, 2015. In this article I am discussing about how to perform Insert operation by using windows application.
  • Figure Out If The Site Has Been Developed Using SharePointOct 04, 2015. This article helps end users to conclude if SharePoint has been used to build the site.
  • Accessing Database Using Java and MySQL: Part 5Jun 04, 2015. This article ends the series by explaining the three modules in combination discussed in previous parts of the series.
  • Form Authentication in MVC 5: Part 1May 01, 2015. In this article we will learn what Authentication and Authorization is with a small demo of what we will accomplish by the end of this series.
  • Modern Tools For Front-End DevelopersFeb 02, 2015. In this article you will learn about the tools that a modern Front-End Developer should consider,
  • How to Disable Cut, Copy and Paste in ASP.Net ControlDec 16, 2014. In this article I will demonstrate how to restrict the use of cut, copy and paste by the end user.
  • How to Disable Cut, Copy and Paste in the Entire ASP.Net Web FormDec 16, 2014. This article shows how to restrict the use of cut, copy and paste by the end user in the whole page.
  • Sorting Numbers in SQL Server Without A Sorting FunctionNov 14, 2014. How to sort numbers in SQL Server. It's not a difficult task but not an easy way. In the front end are many functions that for sorting values but SQL Server has no predefined function available.
  • Front End Editor in HTML5Oct 05, 2014. This article explains the contenteditable attribute of HTML5.
  • Microsoft’s Windows App Studio Beta: Connecting a Menu App to Azure Mobile ServiceSep 19, 2014. The purpose of this article is to connect the Menu App from Windows App Studio with Azure Mobile Service, using the .Net back end.
  • Understanding Server Roles in SharePoint 2013Aug 18, 2014. In this article we can see the various SharePoint Server roles and their functionalities.
  • Apply Site Template in a SharePoint Site 2013 Using REST APIAug 08, 2014. This article explains how to apply a site template to a SharePoint site using the REST API.
  • How to Make SharePoint 2013 Infrastructure Highly AvailableJun 22, 2014. This article describes how to help ensure that both Web Front End (WFE) services and service applications within a SharePoint farm can be made highly available.
  • Configuring Speech Recognizer SettingsMar 12, 2014. This article explains how to configure the settings of the recognizer in the Windows Phone 8 Speech Recognizer API.
  • Getting Exact Location of Exception in C# CodeJan 28, 2014. This article is about determining the exact location of an exception in code.
  • Sample Registration Page and Email Confirmation in ASP.NetJan 12, 2014. This article explains how to Auto Respond Email sent; once the end-user has registered, a confirmation email will be sent to the registrant to confirm the registration.
  • Creating WCF ServiceDec 30, 2013. in this article we will learn how to create a WCF Service using ASP.Net C#
  • Web API With AJAX: Understand FormBody and FormUri Attribute In Web APIDec 09, 2013. This article exlains the "FormBody" and "FormUri" attributes and how to use them with an action parameter to consume data at the client end.
  • 7 jQuery Code Snippets Every Web Developer Must HaveSep 04, 2013. This article provides 7 basic and widely used code snippets that every front-end web developer must have.
  • Office Application Development in Visual StudioJul 31, 2013. In this article you will learn about the office application development in Visual Studio 2013 Preview.
  • Globalization and Localization of Model Validation Messages in MVCJul 14, 2013. In this quick post you will learn how to globalize and localize the model validation messages in MVC Applications. At the end of this article, you will also learn how to display the localized message (greeting) on the page.
  • Scenario Based TestingJun 20, 2013. Scenario Based Testing is done to ensure End-to-End functionality of software. It also helps in identifying the process flows of the business of working software.
  • Simple Alarm Application in Android StudioJun 18, 2013. In today's article we will make our own Alarm clock. You will be able to hear the alarm sound after 15 seconds and the application will end on click of a button.
  • Secured Connection Between SQL Server and C# Using Specific PortMay 10, 2013. In this article we will discuss how get the port no of our own SQL Server instance and how to use that port in SQL Server setting and at the end how use that port in your C Sharp application.
  • Custom Authentication in SilverlightApr 24, 2013. This post will let customize authentication in Silverlight, from beginning, to the end.
  • Use Backbone.js to Make a Structured Web ApplicationApr 15, 2013. Backbone.js is a JavaScript client-side (front-end) framework that helps to organize your code and makes it easier for you to develop single-page web applications.
  • Area in MVC - Giving a Nice Physical Structure & Dealing With Template BugMar 15, 2013. In my last blog post I talked about ‘retrieving views from different folders in MVC’ and it works cool when we want view pages always inside Views folder (which is on the project root) but our requirement not ends here.
  • Repeater Control in ASP.NETJan 30, 2013. The Repeater control is used for displaying records in the front end. This article explains its use, including why there is a need for the repeater control when we have controls such as GridView, DataGrid and ListView .
  • Object Relational Mapping (ORM) Using NHibernate - Part 8 of 8Jan 20, 2013. In this article we clear the question from the end of the first article, "How do we manage a persistent object across sessions?" .
  • Site Access Request and Invitations in SharePoint 2013Nov 23, 2012. In this article we will see how the end-user requests site access invitations and how the site owner will manage the requests in SharePoint 2013.
  • Assessing Dates of Birth using Visual BasicNov 09, 2012. This article describes an approach to assessing the difference between a specified beginning and end date.
  • QUOTENAME Function in SQL Server 2012Nov 08, 2012. This function is used to add square brackets to the starting and ending of a string and how to store strings in various formats in SQL Server.
  • Updating Multiple Front-End Servers Configuration in SharePoint 2010Sep 26, 2012. In this article we explore how to update multiple web configuration files in a Farm environment.
  • Animation of Image Using Expression Blend 4Aug 13, 2012. Today we are going to play with animation.
  • Ending Transactions in QTP in Automation TestingJul 21, 2012. In this article we discuss how to end a transaction.
  • Entry and Exit Criteria For Software TestingJun 08, 2012. Entry and Exit criteria are required to start and end the testing.
  • Dynamic Update of ListBox in Windows Store AppJun 03, 2012. In this article we will use a List Box control and two buttons to implement dynamicly updating a data list from the front end.
  • Authentication & Authorization in SilverlightMay 27, 2012. In the distributed world we often end up with multiple consumers of the same service. But the same client code won’t be enough to run on the new client platforms especially in Silverlight. In this article we can explore using the same WCF service using a Silverlight client.
  • Runtime Binding in Windows Store AppMay 20, 2012. Today we will discus how we can use data binding in a Windows Store Application at runtime. There is not a way to directly bind data in the front end at runtime; it can be done with the help of the Binding class and the SetBinding property of the Textbox control.
  • Create a New Hard Drive Partition in Windows 8Apr 09, 2012. In this article we will explain whole process to create new partition in hard drive and format it through the front end.
  • SQL InjectionMar 27, 2012. This article provides guidance for the prevention of SQL Injection in your web application and explains how SQL Injection is done.
  • Drawing Editor in Windows Phone 7Mar 24, 2012. In this article we will create a customized drawing application in Windows Phone. Actually we just provide a drawing editor like Paint but with less functionality.
  • Association in Entity FrameworkFeb 16, 2012. Association defines a relationship between two entities in Entity Framework. Association is defined in a conceptual model by the “Association” Element and each relationship contains two ends that describe the entity type and multiplicity type (one to one, zero-or –one, one to many, many to many).
  • Website Error Reporter in ASP.NETDec 22, 2011. In this article and video post, you will learn how to develop such web application in ASP.NET which can report to the Admin guy about the errors that end users (website users) is experiencing on your blog/website. After reading this post you are definitely going to add this feature to your existing website or blog.
  • Working with database in PHPNov 30, 2011. In this section we are going to know that how to work with a database with the XAMPP server of PHP where MySQL is in the back-end.
  • Implementing a Double-Ended Queue (or Deque) in C#Nov 28, 2011. In this article I will be demonstrating an implementation of a Double-Ended Queue (or Deque) in C#.
  • Saving Records By ExecuteNonQuery() in FSharpNov 02, 2011. ExecuteNonQuery() is used to a store record from the front end to the DataBase. In this article, you will learn how to use ExecuteNonQuery() in F#.
  • Getting Records from a DataBase Using the DataReader Class in FSharp Oct 23, 2011. In this article you will learn how to use DataReader in F# and show records from a DataBase to the front-end.
  • Deploying WPF Application with ClickOnce Deployment TechniquesOct 12, 2011. There are many ways to deploy a WPF application from our development computer to an end user’s desktop. Here you will learn about deploying WPF Application woth ClickOnce Deployment Techniques
  • Creating Slick User Interface for Windows MobileAug 12, 2011. Resco is a leading vendor of controls, components and libraries for Windows Mobile platform. The main product, Resco MobileForms Toolkit was designed to help create neatly looking and user friendly environment for corporate Windows Mobile end-users.
  • SharePoint/MOSS 2007 Picker Tree DialogAug 09, 2011. Today I managed to create a custom web part which provides such functionality to end users. The main purpose for creation of such sample web part is to get to know how things happen behind the Picker Tee Dialog.
  • Querying XML Data Using XPATH Expression and the XML DOMJul 20, 2011. The following is an example of data in an XML file being queried using XPath with HTML as a front end.
  • Body Tag Used to Define Content in Document in HTML5Jul 14, 2011. The body tag is used for defining the body content of a document. The body tag must be placed after the end of the head element inside the html element.
  • Logging in LINQ to SQLJun 27, 2011. It is very common that you might want to know how to see the SQL query generated at the back end for a LINQ query.
  • Submission Policy for term set in SharePoint 2010Jun 01, 2011. In this article we will be seeing how to enable this option to add the terms to the term set by the end user.
  • Submission Policy for term set in SharePoint 2010:Part 2Jun 01, 2011. In this article we will be seeing how to enable this option to add the terms to the term set by the end user using SharePoint object model and powershell.
  • Hosting WCF REST Service in IIS with HTTPSMay 17, 2011. In this article, I will continue with the service from the previous article and host it in IIS. So at the end of this article, you will be able to host a WCF REST Service in IIS with HTTPS.
  • Add X-Power to Your XML Development with Liquid XML Studio 2011May 16, 2011. Today, more and more applications are migrating to the Web and the Cloud services are taking over the world; XML has become one of the key and vital parts of the data exchange mechanism. Whether you are developing client centric applications or building a consumer product, you will end up working with XML.
  • System Analyst: Part 1May 05, 2011. The System Analyst is an “IT Business Analyst” who selects and configures computer systems for an organization or business. He is the one who guides through the development of an information system.
  • WCF 4.0 Features: Part 1Apr 29, 2011. In short WCF 4 tries to address a common scenario easily and at the same time gives us more options for communicatation between service and client.
  • SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) - Real time Examples of Data Flow Transformations in SSISApr 24, 2011. In my series of articles there are a few scenarios where we need to take care of some real-world samples and examples to help explain concepts to the end users. This is part 49 of the series of articles on SSIS.
  • Service Applications in SharePoint 2010Feb 28, 2011. In this article I am describing one of the new Service applications in SharePoint 2010. In SharePoint 2010 there is an architectural change from SharePoint 2007 with the new concept called "Service Applications". I am sharing with you the details about which services should run in WFE and application servers.
  • Performing Button or Link Click Server Side Functionality into a New WindowFeb 15, 2011. A common scenario here is that we have a button (or link) that when clicked we want some server code to fire but at the end of the request we actually want to display the content in a new window.
  • Find nth element from last in a Linked ListJan 27, 2011. One very interesting problem is to find the nth element from the end in a linked list. Now it's very easy to find the nth element from the beginning of the list and can be done in one traverse. So what are the various solutions we can think of.
  • Default Protocol Mapping in WCF 4.0Dec 06, 2010. In my previous article, I talked about Default End Point in WCF 4 . If we closely look at the output generated by default, WCF maps protocol to binding as described here.
  • Default End Points in WCF 4.0Dec 05, 2010. For a normal developer such as I, a great challenge was working with WCF 3.x configuration of End Points in config file. A developer had to add endpoints to setup a WCF service. In WCF 4, Defualt End Point is associated with the service, if we don't configure any WCF endpoint.
  • Consuming URL Shortening Services – bit.lySep 01, 2010. This is a very hot article that you can’t leave without checking it first. This article is talking about the most popular and powerful URL shortening service ever, bit.ly.Today, we are going to talk about bit.ly API, its functions, and how you can access them from your .NET application.Don’t forget to download the sample code at the end of the article.Let’s go!
  • Consuming URL Shortening Services - IntroductionAug 24, 2010. This is the first article of our series that talks about accessing URL shortening services programmatically. Here we introduce new concepts like the REST API. We also have a brief discussion of URL shortening services APIs and how you can access them.In addition, we are going to talk about .NET support for the REST API and tools and techniques available that would help us during our journey through the API.A working example built using C# and WinForms is available at the end of this article.This article is the base for all other articles. Articles other than this discuss specific services and their APIs. We will make use of code and techniques discussed here throughout the rest of articles.
  • Knowing When to Leave Your Programming Job – Part IIJul 19, 2010. In the previous article we looked at several rationals people use to stay in a dead end .NET programming position. In this article we will explore signals in your current position you should not ignore and how to weigh your existing position against other opportunities.
  • Knowing When to Leave Your Programming Job - Part IJul 16, 2010. This article is the first part in a series to guide you in deciding when it's best to leave your Programming Job. Part I addresses a host of myths that are associated with staying at a dead-end job, and how to combat them.
  • Configuring Multiple End Points for WCF ServiceMay 25, 2010. In this article, I will explain how we could configure multiple binding for WCF service.
  • 7 simple steps to run your first Azure Queue programFeb 11, 2010. Azure queues help to communicate data between web role and worker role. Web roles are nothing but web application which can be accessed by the end browser.
  • Polygon in WPFFeb 04, 2010. A polygon is a series of connected lines which is a closed shape. A closed shape is a shape that has same start point and end point. This article demonstrates how to create and use a polygon in WPF using XAML.
  • WCF FAQ: Part 5 - TransactionsAug 09, 2009. This is my 5th WCF FAQ article. This article is completely dedicated to WCF transactions. In this article we will understand the WCF transaction protocol, two phases in WCF transaction, transaction options and finally end up with simple sample for WCF transaction.
  • Azure FAQ: Part IAug 03, 2009. Different people have different obsessions and I have this stupid obsession of writing articles in FAQ formats :-) . The more I try to write articles in normal format I end up with a FAQ. My only thought process of writing articles in FAQ format is that we end up talking to the point rather than talking about trees and rivers , many may disagree.
  • The C# Asynchronous Programming ModelJul 27, 2009. This article will start by examining how to use the Asynchronous Programming Model (APM) to perform an asynchronous compute-bound operation, then describe the three styles of programming with the APM to deal with handling the end of the call in an asynchronous call: wait-until done, polling, and callback. The natural following is then the Thread Pool.
  • WCF 4.0 Features: Part IJul 27, 2009. This article is first part of multi series article on WCF 4.0. This article will list all the new feature of WCF and also will explain in detail Dynamic Service and End Point Discovery feature of WCF 4.0.
  • Silverlight FAQ part 2 (Animations and Transformations)Jun 23, 2009. This FAQ is completed dedicated to animations and transformations using Silverlight. The tutorial starts with animation basics like timelines and storyboard. Later the article moves ahead to talk about different animations supported and we finally end the tutorial with a simple rectangle animation.
  • Using PostgreSQL from Microsoft.NETJun 04, 2009. PostgreSQL is one of the most important relational database systems in the open source world. It is released under a BSD style license. I’ve seen a few documents talking about the development of .NET application with PostgreSQL as the back-end server. That’s why I’m writing this article to illustrate how you can access to the PostgreSQL database system using C#.
  • Microsoft Technology OverviewMay 21, 2009. In today’s fast changing technology, keeping up with technological changes is a challenge. Every time we try to keep up with technology changes, technology changes again. It is never ending chase to catch up with technology and that is what makes software development even more interesting. Focus of this article is to give developers, project managers a quick view of many of new Microsoft technologies out there and help them realize the value of these new technologies. To be frank, technologies covered here are not new and some of them were introduced to IT world, 3 to 4 year ago. But in relative terms, these are still new technologies in Microsoft world as real-world projects and products might take some time to adapt to these changes in technology.
  • Retaining your best peopleApr 25, 2009. You can replace equipment, infrastructure, tools, etc but at the end of the day it’s the people i.e. human capital which is the critical success factor in today’s competitive environment. Retaining key talent is one of the topmost priorities for all successful managers.
  • Using function point to quote a softwareApr 06, 2009. If you give more quote you lose the project, if you give less quote you will end up doing social service to clients and probably also loss. In this tutorial, we will discuss mainly "Function Point" from practical point of view.
  • State Machine Work flow DiscussionMar 14, 2009. This is a nice talk between Mr. RC and Mr. Shiv about state machine work flow. RC starts talking about an order project and they end up in a nice discussion which gives us step by step approach of how to execute a state machine work flow.
  • REST FundamentalsFeb 04, 2009. REST stands for Representational State Transfer, is an architectural style where you can build the software system in which clients (user agents) can make requests to the services [end points]. REST one of the ways to implement the client\server architectural style. REST can be used to build software applications in which clients can make requests of services.
  • Polygon in SilverlightDec 15, 2008. A polygon is a series of connected lines which is a closed shape. A closed shape is a shape that has same start point and end point. This article demonstrates how to create and use a Polygon control in Silverlight using XAML and C#.
  • Software Design Guidelines for .NETSep 02, 2008. Through this article I will attempt to break down this fire breathing dragon. And hopefully at the end of it, you would feel confident of riding this dragon towards glory and respect.
  • Assessing Dates of Birth Using C#Aug 20, 2008. This article describes an approach to assessing the difference between a specified beginning and end date. The example was written in the context of comparing a birth date to a specific end date but the same approach could be used to calculate the number of years, months, and days between a specified start and end date.
  • Generic Data Layer - One time creationSep 06, 2007. This article will explain how to create a generic data layer that can be used with very less amount of coding. It is a known fact that, most of the time we create applications for Create , Select , Update, Delete. And every time, we end up with writing similar set of code for every execution of our stored procedures.
  • WEB farm - Load Balancing in Asp.netJul 27, 2007. The concept behind the web farm is that a number of different web sites share pooled resources. They typically share a common front-end dispatcher to perform load control and distribute customer requests. They share the multiple web servers themselves.
  • Knowing When to Leave Your Programming Job - Part IJun 21, 2007. This article is the first part in a series to guide you in deciding when it's best to leave your Programming Job. Part I addresses a host of myths that are associated with staying at a dead-end job, and how to combat them.
  • Custom Generic EventArgsMay 14, 2007. Before .NET 2.0, I found myself frequently creating custom EventArgs classes just to return a value from an event and would end of with a lot of extra classes bloating my code base that all basically had the same purpose.
  • Atlas: Floating Server Elements in ASP.Net 2.0Sep 26, 2006. In this article, we will see how easily Atlas allows setting up a server element as a floating element, which the end users of the web page can drag to any location in the web page.
  • ASP.Net 2.0 - Dynamic Fragments in Cached Web PagesAug 29, 2006. In this article we will explore various techniques for including dynamic fragments within cached web pages. This feature is described as Post Cache Substitution and provides a personalized experience for the end user, while taking advantage of the benefits of Caching.
  • Streamlining Web Application PerformanceJun 29, 2006. This article discusses some performance tuning tips for those who use ASP.NET as front-end and Microsoft SQL Server as back-end to develop their applications.

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